Definition of analogize in English:

analogize

Line breaks: analo|gize
Pronunciation: /əˈnalədʒʌɪz
 
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(also analogise)

verb

[with object]
Make a comparison of (something) with something else to assist understanding: he could analogize birth to the coming into being of a poem analogizing gyroplanes with helicopters is a little surprising
More example sentences
  • I see no point in analogizing the kind of mobilization we carried out in World War II to the present conflict, which is entirely different.
  • Poetry allows us to examine science in a way that purely scientific discourse cannot by analogizing abstract concepts into concrete forms.
  • There's a nice piece here analogizing cricket to matters of the… well, heart.

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